vobiscum

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

An anastrophe of cum vōbīs (with ye, with ye), from vōbīs (you, ye; plural) the ablative of vōs (you, ye; plural), the plural of (you; singular) and cum (with) where cum is always followed by a personal pronoun. Confer mēcum (with me), from cum mē (with me), tēcum (with you), from cum tē (with you), sēcum (with oneself; with itself, with himself, with herself, with itself, with themselves), from cum sē (with oneself; with itself, with himself, with herself, with itself, with themselves), nōbīscum (with us), from cum nōbīs (with us).

Pronunciation[edit]

IPA(key): /woː.ˈbiːs.kum/

Adverb[edit]

vōbīscum

  1. with you all, with ye (where "you" refers to several subjects)
    Pax vobiscum.
    Peace be with you.
    Dominus vobiscum.
    May the Lord be with you.

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